7 Best Price Guns | March 2017
We spent 17 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top picks for this wiki. If your business does not have, or need, an electronic point of sale system that reads bar codes, you'll probably be familiar with these price guns. They're not just for price tags, but also good for printing codes, dates, percentages and more, and will label anything you need at up to five times faster than hand marking. Skip to the best price gun on Amazon.
With the EGPChecks Monarch 1110, pricing items is a breeze thanks to its easy loading design, its ability to hold up to 1,000 labels, and the crisp, readable printouts it creates. Note that this is a rather bulky unit.
- tough acrylic casing won't break
- tamper-resistant labels for prices
- allows 5 digits in the line
The Garvey Digit has a durable casing that stands up to daily use, and a quick pop-out roller lets you change your ink and get back to work quickly. It creates reliably crisp and clear print that stands out on any label color.
- smooth trigger operation
- easy label loading
- can print months and years
The Motex Pricemarker Gun is used in scores of retail chains. It's ready to be used right out of the box, as it comes preloaded with an ink roller. It's also interchangeable with Monarch 1110 ink rolls.
- one touch opening
- uses 10x19 labels
- includes an additional roller
The Towa GS275 has a rugged steel frame made specifically for applications where high volume of daily use is expected, and it can print one line with up to six digits. This is a no-frills tool that is all about function.
- very easy to load
- adjustable print head
- serrated waste blade